RWANDA Basketwork in Byumba

The project has been proposed to Come Noi by Sister Odette, who intends to reactivate the school of basketry at the Mgr. Ruzindane center in Byumba. It is aimed at young orphans who cannot stay at school. Thanks to this project they can learn a job, having the possibility of self-employment and keep themselves away from the risk of drugs and prostitution. Come Noi has decided to support the project for a period of three years starting in 2016. The building where the courses will be held is under construction, in the meantime other available rooms are being used. The …

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RWANDA Clay manufacturing in Muyanza

In autumn 2016 Abbé Jean Népomuscène submitted to Come Noi the new project of clay manufacturing. The goal was to develop the management autonomy of the inhabitants of Muyanza, integrating the agricultural income of the families involved with the one coming from the commercialization of the objects produced. The initiative is part of a regional project for promoting creativity and innovation in art and domestic objects. Clay manufacturing will be used for the production of household and bathroom wares. Muyanza clay is the best in the area: the Congo imports it to build tiles. Come Noi after having analyzed the …

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RWANDA Kibirizi professional school

In 2017 Come Noi accepts a new challenge proposed by Mons.Fourissier in the field of professional training: The restructuring and maintenance of the Kibirizi professional school. The project is aimed at young people who have finished school but cannot find a job. It’s part of the current government system, which promotes the professional training of young people at risk. Our contribution should cover three years. During the first year the salaries of two teachers, a social worker and the material used for the courses have been  payed for by Come NOi. For their part, the students provide scholastic material, food …

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